Michael White joins the Rutgers University’s Advanced Placement Summer Institute staff following a long career in public education. White retired five years ago from the Pennridge School District, Perkasie, PA after spending 37 years in the classroom teaching students mathematics from grade 7 through grade 12. White started teaching AP Calculus in 1987 and has served the College Board as a consultant, a reader of the AP Calculus exam, a table leader, a question leader, and a member of the Test Development Committee. Not one to stay in one place for a long time, White has filled his retirement time as an adjunct professor at DeSales University teaching in the mathematics and education departments. This summer will be the seventh summer that White has shared his knowledge with participants here at Rutgers. White is married with two children. He enjoys working out, listening to music and heading to concerts, and seeing as many Broadway musicals as possible.